Theme Restaurant Startup Idea can be one of the options for show casing creativity and providing unique customer experience. .This can be on a low budget or with a huge investment depending on the target customers and location.
Definition of theme restaurant
A theme restaurant is a restaurant that has a distinct theme in its décor, name, food or any combination of these. Many theme restaurants can be found throughout the world, with themes such as medieval time periods, jungles and famous individuals.
One aspect of a theme restaurant that sets it apart from other restaurants is the fact that the theme is present in every aspect of the restaurant.
Theme restaurants are restaurants in which the concept of the restaurant takes priority over everything else, influencing the architecture, food, music, and overall 'feel' of the restaurant. ... Some theme restaurants use controversial images, contexts, or ideas.
Creativity can be in the décor and design of ambience, the food served or the entire restaurant itself.
How to make your restaurant theme stand out from the competition
The theme restaurant provides a competitive advantage and also one can move up the price value chain.
1. Village Atmosphere ( Hallimane, Halli thindi & Village- Bangalore)
2. Cave Restaurant
3. Order your own recipe
4. Customer part of preparation (Chef Creates food at the table)
5. Region Specific like French, Afghan, Iranian etc
A few Interesting Themes
1. Kaidi Kitchen, Kolkata
2. Gufha, Bengaluru
3. The Black Pearl, Bangalore
16 of The Coolest Themed Restaurants to Eat and Drink in India
1. Restaurant in the Sky- Belgium
2. Ithaa’, the undersea restaurant Maldives
3. Eat, the silent restaurant in Brooklyn
4. The Lockup (Tokyo, Taiwan)
5. A 380 themed Restaurant- Congqing
A Unique Concept - blindekuh are two restaurants where patterns are served in the dark..
The owner, Rev. Jorge Spielmann, believes that the entire
"blind" effect for the sighted guests would be spoiled by even the
merest chink of light. The only concession to seeing guests are lights in the
toilets. However, the sighted must be guided there by the staff in the same way
as blind diners.
The idea for the restaurant came from dinner parties held in Rev. Spielmann’s home. Blind himself, he would sometimes blindfold his sighted guests to give them a chance to experience the world of the blind. He said: "The sighted guests commented that being blindfolded made them give more emphasis to the food and listen more intently to the conversation around them. There were no visual distractions, only intense concentration."
The restaurants are located in Basell and Zurich, Switzerland. The name is derived from "Blinde Kuh" (blind cow), the German name for Blind Man's Bluff
Their first venture, the blindekuh in Zürich, opened on September 17, 1999 and is claimed to be the world's first dark restaurant. The second location opened in Spring 2005 in Basel.
won several awards, among them the Social Innovations Award of the Institute
for Social Innovations in London
Surprisingly there is no more dish breakage at the Blind Cow than at other restaurants.
A themed restaurant offers uniqueness and also unlimited opportunities for creativity and innovation. This can be a major tourist attraction. A strong brand can be built.